Official and immovable: the format of classification 2015 returns to the F1


This Monday, April 11, the FIA has communicated via its website that the World Council of the Motor has ratified the agreement last week, the teams, Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone signed so the format of classification for offsite disposal is definitely discarded in favour of the one who had been using until last season.

The statement declares that “the World Council of Motor Sports has approved today, through a vote by the Internet, the decision to return to the qualifying format of last season for the remainder of championship 2016. The format, which eliminates the six slowest cars at the end of the first two parts of the classification before ten cars compete for pole position in Q3, will return this next weekend to the Chinese Grand Prix”.

You ditch as well, so official and definitive, a topic which so much controversy has been raised since the premiere of the new format at the Grand Prix of Australia.

The Official news and unmovable: the format of classification 2015 return to F1 was originally published in by David Square.